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Comprehensive Pneumology Center (CPC)

Ten Research Groups build the scientific framework of the CPC. Please click on the Lab Links to get more information on the scientific focus of the single groups

Remodelling of Lung Tissue (Eickelberg Lab)

Mechanisms of Neonatal Chronic Lung Disease (Hilgendorff Lab)

Enzymes and Inhibitors in Lung Disease (Jenne Lab)

Lung Repair and Regeneration (Königshoff Lab)

Developmental origins of respiratory disease (Krauss-Etschmann Lab)

Proteasome Function in Lung Disease (Meiners Lab)

Dynamics of Pulmonary Inflammation (Stöger Lab)

Molecular Genetics of Lung Disease (Wjst Lab)

Immunopathology of COPD (Yildirim Lab)

Max-Lebsche-Platz 31 81377 München

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CPC - Comprehensive Pneumology Center (1 Doktorarbeit/en)

Chronic lung diseases (CLD), including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung cancer, asthma, pulmonary hypertension, and pulmonary fibrosis are the second leading cause of death in the world. Only limited therapeutic strategies exist to treat CLD. There is probably not another area in medicine with a similar discrepancy between this tremendous economic and global health impact on the one side and the limited availability of structured educational efforts on the other.
The Comprehensive Pneumology Center (CPC) is a translational research center founded by the Helmholtz Zentrum München, the Ludwig-Maximilians-University München, and the Asklepios Hospital in Gauting. Faculty members of the CPC investigate the underlying molecular mechanisms of CLD and aim to develop new approaches for the early detection, diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy thereof.The Research School “Lung Biology and Disease” is an integral part of the CPC and addresses therefore a highly relevant issue in medicine and science, and aims to ultimately raise future leaders in this field. It is designed to prepare its graduates for successful careers in biomedical research, either in academia or industry, via a concise curriculum that includes lung basics seminars, lecture series, journal clubs and research-in-progress seminars, industry visits, annual retreats and soft skills courses. It is host to internationally selected graduate students who investigate distinct mechanisms of lung tissue plasticity, remodelling, and regeneration under healthy and diseased conditions.
diverse, je nach Doktorarbeit

Die Studenten machen sich mit Methoden der Zell- und Molekularbiologie vertraut (u.a. Tiermodelle, human samples, Blutabnahme, Studiendesign, Präparation von PBMCs, Proteasomaktivitätstest, RNA Expression mittels qPCR, Proteinexpression mittels Western Blot).
Der Schwerpunkt des CPC liegt in der translationalen Forschung – an der Schnittstelle zwischen klinischer und Grundlagenforschung.
Ansprechpartner/in: Dr. Doreen Franke


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